NWA Tour with Eminem is coming straight outta somewhere in Europe?

Universal chief Donna Langley is trying to reunite N.W.A for a European tour to promote the group’s biopic with Eminem filling in as Eazy E, and sitting in as an honorary member according to the Langley. “We don’t have anything settled yet with everyone’s schedules,” she says. “But we think it can create a lot of buzz.”

After hearing this the crew over here at Nation19 came up with some ways the tour could go down with Eminem added. First thing is N.W.A. (Niggaz Wit Attitudes) may scare some, so we suggest renaming it N.W. E. (Niggaz Wit Eminem).

In order to seamlessly perform the songs that Eazy made famous we think its best to leave his legendary status in place and create new titles of his songs.

  • Instead of the crowd screaming We Want Eazy how about We Want Eminem. 
  • Calling black men Boyz is so 1940’s so Eminem can rework the old school classic into White Boyz in the Hood. 
  • Lastly in hopes of calming the racial tensions between blacks and the police they can replace F@^! the Police with a new tour version with Eminem called…My Uncle’s a Police.  JK…lol

APDTA

Da Lench Mob X Nation19 = APDTA!

For our 5th year anniversary Nation19 teamed up with Da Lench Mob for a limited collaboration.

The collaboration tee symbolizes the climate of America especially as it relates to police brutality and how it is being countered by the public by fighting back and documenting for the world to see.

About Da Lench Mob:
Da Lench Mob earned notice for their breakout debut album Guerrillas in tha Mist. Formed by Shorty, J-Dee, and T Bone, the group debuted in 1990 on Ice Cube’s AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted album. With Cube as executive producer, Da Lench Mob released Guerrillas in tha Mist in 1992. Led by an incendiary video for the title track (based on the movie Predator), the album was certified Gold by Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) with confrontational tracks like “Freedom Got an A.K.” and “Lost in tha System” almost as outspoken as Ice Cube himself.


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Aside from being a West Coast Rap legend, Lench Mob Shorty has been a mentor and researcher to Nation19 / APDTA since day one. Shorty also mentors at-risk youth in South Central Los Angeles and works with several different Gang Intervention organizations throughout greater Los Angeles.


Peep out Jackin For Beats.

Give me that beat fool, it’s a full time jack move
Chilly Chill, yo homie mack the track move
And I’ll jack any Tom, Dick and Hank
That’s the name of the SUCKERS I done ganked
I get away from a copper
Drop a dime, I’ll break you off somethin proper
With Da L-E-N-C-H-M-O-B
T-Bone and that’s J.D.
And here’s how we’ll greet ya
Stop fool, come off that beat ya
feel dumb cause you’re caught in the dark
(ya lil nuttin ass mark)
Raise up, cause you cant’ have it back
You said – “I ain’t never got gaffled like that”
Off the end of the gat you choke
Short Dog’s in the house – “Whattup loc?”
Nuttin but a come up
Gimme that bass, and don’t try to run up
Cause you’ll get banked somethin sweet
Ice Cube and the Lench Mob, is jackin for beats

What Mike Brown has in common with Rodney King will surprise you.

What Mike Brown has in common with Rodney King will surprise you.

Check this out:
In his testimony before the grand jury, Officer Darren Wilson described the 18 year old teenager Mike Brown as looking like a “demon”. “The way I’ve described it is, it was like a 5-year-old trying to hold on to Hulk Hogan,” Wilson said.

Unarmed teanager Mike Brown laying dead in the street after being shot 6 times by Officer Darren Wilson
Unarmed teanager Mike Brown laying dead in the street after being shot 6 times by Officer Darren Wilson

Now check this out:
in 1992 LAPD Officer Stacy Koon described Rodney King as an “incredible hulk…“a monster-like figure akin to a Tasmanian Devil

Unarmed moterist Rodney King being beaten by LAPD officers on March 3, 1991.
Unarmed moterist Rodney King being beaten by LAPD officers on March 3, 1991.

Does this sound familiar?

The Incredible Hulk.
The Incredible Hulk.

Rodney King, who was shown on video being savagely beaten by LAPD officer Stacy Koon and other officers at a police stop. If only we had a video of the entire incident of the altercation in Ferguson. #APDTA

Boyz in the Hood (behind the scenes)

Many different influences play a key role in our creative process here at Nation19/ APDTA. A heavy stimulus is film making and more importantly films that tell stories that are rarely told and or acknowledged by Hollywood. The film Boyz N the Hood Directed by John Singleton is one of those influences. When the film was released in 1991 it was a first of its kind and though it had strong violent images it also portrayed regular people in south Central LA just trying to live, love, get an education and raise their children despite a plague of gang violence and Police brutality. A stark contrast between the movie Colors which showed an unreal world of police in LA, Boyz n the Hood showed something different.

Our Big bro and researcher LENCH MOB SHORTY actually played in this movie (He was one of the Gang members who stole Ricky’s football) and told us so much insight that we thought to share a little bit for you all to enjoy. Increase the Peace.